By Sam Bush
Austin Hays drove in two runs to cap an eighth-inning rally, and the Orioles beat the Toronto Blue Jays 6-5 in 10 innings to stop a 20-game road losing streak.
Baltimore’s road skid was tied for the second-longest in AL history, trailing only the 22 losses in a row by the 1943 Philadelphia Athletics. The last-place Orioles won for the second time in 16 games and improved to 24-52, including 12-26 away from home.
“We’re partying like we won a wild-card game here right now,” Orioles manager Brandon Hyde said over music blaring in the visiting clubhouse. “And rightfully so. We haven’t had much to celebrate here lately.”